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Friday October 12 - October 18, 2012
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In like a lion, out like a lamb

The leading edge of Tropical Storm Gaemi packed a major punch, causing floods throughout Pattaya. Here, a tourist tries to evacuate his motorcycle from Soi Marine Plaza just off Waling Street late Friday night / early Saturday morning. But as the entire kingdom battened down the hatches, expecting the worst, the storm lost strength over land and fizzled as it passed overhead.

Continued


Pattaya distributes wheelchairs, stipends to elderly, disabled

Pattaya city officials donated glasses, canes and wheelchairs to disabled residents as part of the continuing “People with Disabilities Support Project.”

Continued

 

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Walking Street declared Pattaya’s 1st “safety zone”
Pattaya spokeswoman receives tips from Cabinet PR department 
27 South Koreans rescued after speedboat sinks off Pattaya 
New Pattaya spokeswoman meets with city departments 
Culture Minister tours Banglamung flood area 
Facing crackdown, Jomtien jet ski vendors choose self-regulation
Pattaya police learn to beware flying motorbikes 
Cow herder found dead in Pong field 

Walking Street declared Pattaya’s 1st “safety zone”

Police have declared Walking Street as Pattaya’s first “safety zone,” an area where tourists can be assured of the largest police and security presence.

Continued

 
Thailand boosts infrastructure investment in Mekong region

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Friday that Thailand is investing in mega-projects to develop infrastructure and improve water management to make itself ready to become a connecting nation and a hub of food distribution among countries in the Mekong sub-region.

Continued

More BUSINESS>>

AFG looks at building a Benz


Rubber cartel to include Vietnam

 
Holiday Inn Pattaya marks 3rd anniversary

The Holiday Inn Pattaya marked its third anniversary with tradition and photos. Top hotel executives hosted the Oct. 1 occasion by inviting nine monks from Nong Yai Temple to its Havana Bar & Restaurant to perform a blessing ceremony.

Continued

More Our community >>

History repeats itself 


100 donate blood at Central Festival  
Thanksgiving comes early at St. Nikolas  

 

 

 
Women’s Development Group donates encyclopedias to School No. 8

The Pattaya Women’s Development Group donated Thai encyclopedias to students at Pattaya School No. 8.

Continued

Our Children >>

Sawang Boriboon Wittaya School opens new building 
Pattaya Players announce 2012 ‘Fright Night’ 
Regent’s Presents... Richard Sobol 
  

 

 
Dolphins suffer league blow with home loss to TOT

Pattaya United’s hopes of a top 6 finish took a severe dent last weekend when they were on the receiving end of a second half fight-back from TOT FC that saw the visitors run out 3-1 winners at the Nongprue Stadium in Pattaya.

Continued

More Sports >>

Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League 
Jomtien 8-Ball Pool League
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League
John Keppler Cider Pool League
Monday Double-in Darts League
 
Eichelmann uses his music to foster creativity amongst Thai youth

The Staedtler - Hucky Eichelmann Thailand Tour 2012, which formed part of the 150-year anniversary celebrations of German-Thai relations and was held in major cities nationwide from 15 August to 4 September, presented a highly satisfactory combination of music, education and cultural highlights.

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655 million seems small beer 
Charting the rain 

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